| Student Spotlight | Meet Owais Raza: High School Senior, Entrepreneur, and Now, the first Self-Published Student Author at Harmony School of Innovation.

  •  May 15, 2017

| Student Spotlight | Meet Owais Raza: High School Senior, Entrepreneur, and Now, the first Self-Published Student Author at Harmony School of Innovation.    
 
2016-2017 has been a big school year for Harmony School of Innovation and as the year rapidly comes to an end, it’s time to highlight one of the students who have helped make it happen.  
 
“A mind that breeds and gives birth to dreams bigger than people think is realistic” is what Owais Raza, class of 2017, hopes to be remembered as.
 
He is a Senior at Harmony School of Innovation, and will soon be a freshman at The University of Texas at Austin working on his Bachelor Degree in Computer Science. Raza currently serves as the Founder & CEO of the MysteriousNetwork, a small, social media marketing agency that improves the ROI (return on investment) of businesses and helps them dominate with their brand presence online. Outside of the MysteriousNetwork, Raza is an internet marketer and social media developer and has created, grown, monetized, managed, flipped, and worked with social media profiles ranging from $110 to $106,540. He currently operates multiple profiles across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Snapchat, and YouTube, on his own as a full-time venture.
 

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